The Pacific Ocean is filled with islands and the very best islands - basically three of them - make up the country of New Zealand, a noble land, crowded with intelligent sheep and sensitive rugby players.
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"New Zealand is certainly an adventurous country...we have forests and rocky beaches. We have earthquakes and volcanoes, and pools of boiling mud and these days we also have the All Blacks - a world famous rugby football team. Earthquakes, boiling mud and rugby players! Who could wish for more?" The famous children's writer joins forces with her country's top political cartoonist in this hilarious and irreverent history of Aotearoa - or New Zealand, to use its other name.
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A humourous retelling of New Zealand's story, from it's very beginning as Gondwanaland to the present day. Suggested level: primary, intermediate, junior secondary.